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^^ UPDATED to make clear that Fenbendazole (food soaking and dosing) is NOT reef safe.
Put him in an acclimation box near the top of the tank. Don't crank up the lights too much. Just let him settle in a protected low flow environment.
Some new information:
Fish with internal pathogens (white stringy poo) are usually afflicted by either internal flagellates (parasitic...
I actually used to drive through Carthage sometimes bouncing back and forth between KC & Arkansas. The Precious Moments Chapel!!! :)
I wouldn't put two dottybacks in just a 16g. They will likely try to kill each other.
The first thing I would do is give him a 5 min FW dip to look for flukes: https://humble.fish/freshwater-dip/
If flukes show, treat with Prazipro...
Could also be a sponge of some kind.
I run all my tanks between 76-78. Coral growth is a little slower, but so is algae growth. :smile:
I like to target feed all my LPS mysis, calanus, rotifers, etc.
Are the polyps green? Could be some sort of polyp coral.
Preface: There has been much controversy over Chemoprophylaxis vs. Observational Quarantine in our hobby. The purpose of this article is to...
They generally close up at night, and then slowly open whenever the lights come on. However, there is no cause for alarm unless you see the...
Diamox is the best medication to keep on hand for treating gas bubble disease, and an insulin syringe with a 26-gauge needle can be used to...
I wanted to compile a quick reference of the most common aquarium medications we use, and provide dosing guidelines/ranges for each. Below you...
Thank you! After years of maintaining an acro dominated SPS reef, I needed a "break" and something where I could just kick back and enjoy the fish.
Once the rock is no longer being housed with fish, any tomonts encysted upon the rock will release free swimmers at some point (within 72...
Just ghost feed every few days and you should be fine.